The Pocket-Sized Work of Evah Fan: Our Favorite Interview Quotes

Juxtapoz // Sunday, October 10, 2010
In many life scenarios, smaller is easier and therefore better – a smaller hill to hike, a smaller bill to pay, a smaller mess to clean up. With Evah Fan (Juxtapoz #117) however, small is great but definitely not easy.

Looking Versus Watching: 'Exposed' Moves to SFMoMA

Juxtapoz // Sunday, October 10, 2010
Moving to the SFMOMA after being exhibited at London’s Tate Modern, an exciting photography survey, Exposed: Voyeurism, Surveillance and the Camera Since 1870, investigates the shifting boundaries between seeing and spying throughout the past century.

Catching Word to Mother: Interview on Stardom, Smoking Weed, and Lenny Kravitz

Juxtapoz // Thursday, October 07, 2010
Word to Mother (Juxtapoz #99) is the subject of a new interview today for two reasons: he unveils his newest works in a highly anticipated London show tonight and because he intentionally has no care for a website, so it can be hard to track his progress or get a hold of him. Richard Scarry and Chippy Coates did.Read More...  

Mark Whalen aka Kill Pixie: Studio Visit x Interview

Juxtapoz // Thursday, October 07, 2010
Australian artist Mark Whalen aka Kill Pixie (Juxtapoz #93) lives and work in Los Angeles is “extremely cool and creates amazing paintings that will haunt you and tickle you simultaneously.” Trina Calderon invaded his workspace for a look and exclusive interview with this influential artist.   Read More...  

Hi Sallys: A Tribute to Quentin Tarantino's 'Greatest Collaborator' Sally Menke

Juxtapoz // Thursday, September 30, 2010
As the film world still reels from the unexpected death of Oscar-nominated film editor Sally JoAnne Menke, 56, known for her work with renowned film director, screenwriter, producer, cinematographer and occasional actor, Quentin Tarantino, we take a look back at outtakes from Tarantino films which pay homage to Menke. Tarantino had a habit of asking actors on the set to say hello to Sally, which the editor would then unexpectedly view while later cutting the film.